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Earth's Better Days
by Susan K. de Vegter

Monday, February 11, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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Take a canvas big as earth...paint it midnight blue
Synchronize this mass with stars
Bleached and shining through
Then sketch a moon so grand with charm
In golden shades and hues
Of illuminating phosphorous
In ochres, whites and blues
A comet shooting...tail afire
Trailing through the sky
Passed novas smiling eyes so big
As angels wave bye bye
A swing to sway imagining
With dreams to see us through
And all the pains of life are gone
With nature and her crew
You see the grand finale
As rainbow's pallet fills
With each and every raindrop
That slides down natures hills
Kaleidoscopes of crystal tint
To wash the earth with color
A brush so fine of sable hairs
To make the clouds look fuller
Pastures green with dusted dew
As tears that linger here
Among each blade of slender growth
As mirrors of her tears
For man is tender of this earth
And master of his ways
If we can't do earth better
Then soon, we'll live to pay
Through sacrificing beauty
To dullness of the grays
For now we smile through eyes that see
Never dreaming of the day
When negligence can come to call
Scorn us...demand her pay
When earth was full of true r hues
And we saw her better days.

© 1999 Susan Kathryn de vegter
 

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Reviewed by Poetess of The Soul Sheila G 2/16/2008
I have many Nova photos, and some are stunning! Most are!
and to write like this, I only WISH1
YOu touched me deeply with your amazing imagery!
Write On!
Warmest Blessings and Warmer Hugs, Warrior Purple Lady Sheeeoooxoo

STay Positive!
Generations to come NEED BETTER! LEt US PRAY!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes 2/13/2008
Well said Susan!!

Love Tinka
Reviewed by Gianetta Ellis 2/13/2008
As a naturalist and an artist, I felt particularly connected to this beautiful, well-written piece. This is one to save and read again and again.
Reviewed by Ronald Hull 2/12/2008
A vivid coloring. Hope her better days are to come.

Ron
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader) 2/12/2008
and this was in 99,,,, stunned..
Reviewed by E T Waldron 2/12/2008
Wow! Your poem so masterfully executed gives me chills as I see earths better days gone forever, as sad as that may seem! However, I think there is the hope that Creator will give us a new and better earth that will be everlasting!

Love,
ET
Reviewed by William Bonilla 2/12/2008
Your words gracefully paint your thoughts
and your poetry are pictures
Love & Peace be with you

William
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson 2/12/2008
you paint a picture of joy and sadness that some still young enough shall see.
Reviewed by Karla Dorman, The StormSpinner 2/12/2008
Oh, this is powerfully penned sadness, Susan, I hope we haven't seen the last of Earth's better days ... but like Ed (below), I fear - excellent clarion call for change. Well done.

(((HUGS))) and love, Karla.
Reviewed by Mr. Ed 2/12/2008
I very sadly believe that earth's better days are far behind her now, and I doubt she'll ever get them back.
Reviewed by Ted Bossis 2/12/2008
So precious "All inclusive" souls of energy with lasting grace_love_beauty { On another level of being} .~.~. Because someday this planet will no longer remain "()" Regardless of anything we do or not do _ Excepting this is truly (THE) greatest savior of all .().~ ovovelel (.~.) TedSo
Reviewed by John Leko 2/12/2008
...in agreement with Jerry...as we travel with you...through true r hues...yet to become lost dreams.
colors and shapes of wisdom you write here Susan...
John
Reviewed by Pierre Ortega 2/11/2008
A warning we all had better heed, Do something now about helping our Mother Earth while we still can, For our Children...........

I love the words you've chosen for this! You are truly gifted!

Love, Pierre
Reviewed by Karen Vanderlaan 2/11/2008
a wonderful poem that touches the senses in many ways--the earth in her beauty--described so well as well as human's carelessness
Reviewed by Jerry Bolton (Reader) 2/11/2008
Ah, I see I'm all alone here tonight . . . The thing is, Susan, your poetry sometimes is so very intense and mind-blowing that a lot of folks become intimidated and hold back their comments . . . This particular piece of literary artwork is a prim-time example . . . You paint such a kaleidoscope of Heavenly beauty as you combine it all within the human psyche that by the time the reader has finished the piece they are breathless and awed . . . You can fill in the gaps between the elements and earth and human spirit better than anyone I have ever read . . . And you can take THAT to whatever bank you feel is worthy . . .



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